You Deserve To Be Safe On Someone Else’s Property
Georgia property owners have a duty to keep their property reasonably safe for guests and legal visitors. That duty means they must either warn guests of any dangerous conditions or fix the dangerous conditions. If you suffered an injury on someone else’s property because the owner failed in one of these duties, you may have a premises liability claim against the owner.
Turn to the premises liability attorneys at Cheeley Law Group for help with your case. We have helped clients across Georgia with many types of personal injury claims, including premises liability. Our mission is to bring justice to our clients. We will fight for the results you deserve just like we would fight for our own family.
Understanding The Accidents And Injuries Involved In Premises Liability
Premises liability accidents can happen anywhere, and the injuries cover a broad spectrum. Some common cases we handle include:
- Slip and fall: Slip and falls happen when someone either slips on a slick surface such as water on the floor or an icy sidewalk. You may also trip on stairs with no railing or an object left on the floor. Common injuries include neck and back injuries, sprained or broken bones, and severe bruising.
- Falling objects: For example, things falling from a shelf in a store could fall on a guest, causing serious injuries, including brain injuries.
- Negligent security: Poor lighting and unattended areas create dangerous spaces by inviting criminal elements. If someone attacked or robbed you in a place like this and the owner should have known of the risk, they may be liable. Potential injuries depend upon the type of attack but could include psychological trauma.
These are just a few examples of the types of premises liability claims. When we review your case with you, we will guide you through every element of your case and explain what types of damages are available to you. We always put our client’s interests first, and we are ready to help you find the solution you deserve.